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We’re having a gigantic meeting about how to make Power Packs more awesome, and are definitely considering enabling people to create their own Power Packs. It’s quite tricky/costly to develop, though, so we’re considering a model where you could pay some small amount of money to create your own Power Pack (complete with custom quest sequences, power-ups, bad guys, and icons), and then a slightly larger amount of money to create a Power Pack that you could then share with your friends and family.
In terms of random quests – we love that idea too! We’ll definitely be discussing it at our meeting :)
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Have you tried any other browsers? I’m not able to reproduce in Safari or Chrome, looking into why it might be occurring…
An error occurred while saving the commentSereniTea commented
Hi! I tried it on a Win 7 64 bit machine with Firefox (newest) and IE.
In FF there's only squares with small circles in the middle that you can check or uncheck. The icons don't show, but you can see if you change the color - the hole square changes color.
In IE ist even stranger: You see a small part of the icons, merely the rim, but then there's a big circle in the middle of each of them, for checking/unchecking. Color change worked.
Google Chrome works just fine, so I posted an image on the boards for everyone :D
I wouldn't pay for content I create on my own - this seems rather odd.
Instead I'd suggest that people who create their own quest lines and power packs make them (non-mandatory) available for the community. The community can then reward all the brilliant ideas that helped them reaching their goals by spending tiny amounts of money which go directly to the game development team.
This kind of micropayment should work excellent. We wouldn't create quests to earn money or reward 'quest givers', but reward the game itself for being generously helping us with our challenges.